History of Cinematography: Influential Film Series: 'I Am Cuba,' November 18, L.A.

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On November 18th, the Global Cinematography Institute and Canon present the first in a series of monthly screenings of influential films from the history of cinematography. 1964's black-and-white masterpiece I Am Cuba, known for influencing the likes of Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola, will be shown followed by a Q&A panel with notable cinematographers.

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The screening is taking place at Canon Hollywood Center and starts at 7:15 PM (doors open at 6:30). Tickets cost $5. Purchase them here.

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